Screen Reclaiming Kit powered by Easiway Systems

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This is a simple step by step screen reclaiming kit and contains everything you need for reclaiming screens. All products come in 1L sizes.

The kit will include the following:

  • Easiway 842 On Press Screen & Press Wash
  • Easiway EasiSolv 701n Screen Wash & Stain Remover
  • Easiway EasiSolve 500 Emulsion Remover
  • Easiway EasiSolv 415n Stain & Haze Remover
  • Easiway Screen Perfect Degreaser
  • 5 x Easiway Biggie pads and handles
  • Safety Glasses
  • Pair of chemical gloves


STEP 1 - Ink Removal Clean the ink off the screen using 701 to get the screen as clean as possible, and remove the all tape. Quick tip; Use low tack tapes for taping screens as they don’t leave sticky residues that require tough cleaning, stay away from packing tape! Products used here: Easiway 701

STEP 2 - Emulsion removal Scrub or brush on the emulsion remover, ensuring both sides of the screen are thoroughly covered – you should visibly see the emulsion softening – leave for a minute or two to allow the emulsion to soften. DO NOT let this dry into the screen. Now blow off the emulsion with a high-pressure washer. Products used here: Ready Mixed Stencil Remover

STEP 3 - De Haze (if needed) If you still have a stain or ghost haze on the screen apply dehaze liquid with scrubbing pad. Leave for no longer than 10 mins otherwise this may cause damage to the mesh. Then rinse off with pressure washer. Products used here: Easiway 415

STEP 4 - Degreasing: Degreaser should be sprayed on and thoroughly scrubbed onto both sides of the cleaned mesh. It’s useful to leave it standing for a minute or so after scrubbing before rinsing off the degreaser. Rinsing does not need to be done using high pressure, it can be done using a normal hosepipe. To dry, store the screen horizontally with the mesh facing downwards. 


More information

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